JV Boys defeat Mark Twain 65-14.
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Girls Varsity Final
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Bball
Schedule for Tonight at BGHS!! 5:30 pm -JV Boys Game (MS Gym) 5:30 pm - Varsity Girls Game (HS Gym) 6:50 pm - JV Girls Game (MS GYM) 6:50 pm - Varsity Boys Game (HS Gym)
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Fball
We had an awesome day today with our BGHS Holiday Giveback! Keep checking our Facebook page from more photos and video. #BGHS #we_are _bg #gobobcats #BGBobcatPride
about 1 month ago, Bowling Green High School
Giveback day
Giveback day
Giveback day
Giveback day
Congratulations to Cooper Kiel for signing with Central Methodist University to play baseball. #BobcatBaseball
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Bobcat Athletics
Bobcat Athletics
Bobcat Athletics
Varsity Basketball will go on the road tonight to Highland HS. Varsity Girls will tip off at 6:00 pm with Varsity Boys to follow. JV Boys will be at home for a 5:00 pm tip off vs. Wentzville Liberty. Good Luck!!
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Bball
Thank you Mr. Mullins for being a Bobcat!!!
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Bobcat Athletics
Cats fall tonight to Louisiana, 68-60.
about 1 month ago, Scott Mullins
Lady Cats were victoious tonight 47-41 over Louisiana.
about 1 month ago, Scott Mullins
lady cat basketball
Foods class entered a "Butter Me Up" contest sponsored by the St. Louis Dairy Council where they had to make a recipe using butter. They made Rice Krispy treats to give to the Pre-K classes for Halloween. We won 1st place and received some new equipment for our classroom including basting brushes, rolling pins, and biscuit cutters.
about 1 month ago, Bowling Green High School
FACS Butter Me Up Contest
FACS: Butter Me Up Contest
FACS Butter Me Up Contest
FACS Butter Me Up Contest
Here is the schedule for the Freshman and JV basketball games on Wednesday vs. St. Louis Blue Knights. MS Gym - 9th Girls Game 5:30 pm Start HS Gym - 9th Boys Game 5:30 pm Start HS Gym - JV Boys Game 6:50 pm Start
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Bball
Game Day Tonight at BGHS!!
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Bball
Busy week of basketball games this week!!
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Fball
Congrats to the freshman boys basketball team winning the consolation trophy at the Mexico Freshman Tournament this morning.
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
bball
If you are planning on using the MOCAP program to take second semester classes, please return your application to the office by Friday, Dec. 17. It can be found in the upper right hand corner of our distruct web page.
about 1 month ago, Scott Mullins
NOTICE OF FILING FOR TWO BOARD OF EDUCATION DIRECTORSHIPS The Bowling Green R-I School District encourages qualified persons interested in running for a position on the School Board to file to be a candidate in the April 5, 2022 election. There are two positions available with three-year terms. Interested persons may file at the superintendent's office located at 700 W. Adams St., Bowling Green, MO 63334. For more information, contact the superintendent's office at 573-324-5441. Filing will begin on December 7, 2021, at 8:00 a.m. Filing will end on December 28, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. and will continue during the district's regular business hours, which are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Candidates may obtain the official candidate filing packet of forms and instructions in advance from the superintendent's office. Except for the first and last day of filing, filing will not occur on days that the school district's central office is closed due to inclement weather or health-related reasons. Filing will also not occur on the following holidays and breaks when the school district is not in session: December 24 and December 27. The names of the qualified candidates will be placed on the ballot in order of filing.
about 1 month ago, Reese St. Clair
BGR-1 Families, As a follow-up to my communication yesterday, I find that a need for an additional update is needed in light of continued anxiety and rumors. To reiterate, there has been no threat uncovered of any sort or type of shooting and no list with any names on it and no date identified for anything like this to take place. What has been fabricated from a simple “hitting” type of communication between two students has been augmented and changed and passed around creating anxiety. We have gotten permission from the family to share this information (since we typically do not share information related to student discipline). But we need our families to help stop the spread of these rumors and refrain for posting them on social media. This continued focus causes anxiety in our students and staff and disrupts the educational process. People speculating at every little item they notice and turning these into something they are not is not helpful for any of us. Safety has and continues to be one of our district’s top priorities. Over the last five years, we have taken many important steps to help further safeguard our school community and ensure a safe learning environment for our students, staff, and visitors. Some of these improvements have been the addition of card readers and airphone/buzzing in system at school entrances, safety film added to exterior glass, a School Resource Officer, and two new guidance positions (and we are planning to add another counseling position for next year paid for by a grant we recently were awarded). We have also increased the availability of counseling services through partnering agencies. The BGR-1 Schools regularly participates in drill exercises and advanced training to ensure everyone is able to respond swiftly and appropriately if an incident occurs. Table-top simulations with local first responders, reunification plans, unified threat-response plans, and ALICE (Active Shooter Civilian Response) trained expert led training have been a very important part of our prevention plan. While we hope we will never need to deal with the worst imaginable situation, we train in hopes of minimizing or even preventing incidents. One of the common threads of recent national and state safety audit reports for schools points out that “A risk assessment can identify vulnerabilities and enable the development of a strategy to address any security gaps,” and that “effective security plans use a layered approach across all three areas of a school: entry points, the building envelope, and the classroom.” Both reports go on to emphasize the need for school resource officers, additional counseling resources, and training. Many have noticed new entrances we built with Prop S funding and buzzing in capability at every entrance. These entrances are monitored by staff to ensure only those who are supposed to be in the building enter. We have enclosed our courtyards, so students have places to experience them without exposure outside. Additionally, our classroom doors that were still hollow core type doors were replaced with intruder prevention approved solid doors and locking systems. These and other improvements mentioned before, and most importantly, training have been instrumental in our prevention. We do and have shared real threats when we unconsider them to be viable with our community. We do not, however, share every little discipline event where there might be a physical altercation event or suspision of one with our public. After hearing that this had grown into something unrecognizable from its orgin by Tuesday night, we had messages to our community the next morning. This update is another attempt to ask for help in squelching the misinformation. Being vigilant, while very important, is very different from expanding and sharing ideas that are not founded in truth. We teach students to think critically about every claim or counter claim, and we ask for your help to make sure this is an area of focus. Matthew L. Frederickson, PhD Superintendent Bowling Green R-1 School District 700 West Adams Street Bowling Green, MO 63334 Phone: 573-324-5441 Fax: 573-324-2439 http://www.bgschools.k12.mo.us/ Follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/BGSUPT or @BGSUPT For our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bowlingreenbobcats/
about 1 month ago, Matthew Frederickson
Winter Sports Pictures for Basketball, Cheer, & Poms will be Tuesday, December 14th in the HS Gym. Pictures will start right after school. Here is the link to order online. Link to Order: https://www.teamphotonetwork.com/QPPlus/CheckoutNamePrompt.aspx Password: BGHS2787
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Mexico Freshman Boys Tournament Saturday Schedule (PLEASE NOTE THE UPDATED TIME SCHEDULE) 7th Place Game- 9:00 AM Gooch Gym Hannibal (Home) vs. Centralia (Away) Consolation (5th) Game- 10:15 AM Gooch Gym Boonville (Home) vs. Bowling Green (Away) 3rd Place Game- 9:00 AM Gary Filbert Court Helias (Home) vs. Mexico (Away) Championship Game- 10:15 AM Gary Filbert Gym Hickman (Home) vs. Battle (Away)
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance
Freshman Boys Final: Bobcats 49 Centralia 36
about 1 month ago, Matt Chance